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do you feel bad for the people on the east coast right now? didn't even bother to lie. a bomb cyclone what is they're calling it. why they make it sound like the east coast is about to get hit with a delicious dessert from dairy queen, i don't know. [ laughter ] they did, schools are closed. thousands of flights were canceled. it even snowed in tallahassee, florida, today. alligators were like, what the? [ laughter ] meanwhile, here in l.a. it was 70 degrees. [ laughter ] it was a chilly 70, i had to wear two pairs of lulu lemon pants for my morning starbucks. while the weather is cold, the president is very, very hot right now. [ laughter ] the president is at like a 19 right now. last night, last night at 8:00, which is unusual for him to tweet at night but he tweeted, i will be announcing the most dishonest and corrupt media awards of the year on monday. at 5:00 o'clock, subjects will
cover dishonesty and bad reporting in various categories from the fake news media, stay tuned. sounds like somebody's been in the white house laundry room eating tide pods again. [ laughter ] because the president of the united states is starting his own awards show. for the media. the stupid people's choice awards are what they're calling it. [ laughter ] this is a real dilemma for the president. because on one hand, you know, he loves awards and trophies. but will he be physically able to give a trophy to someone other than himself? i don't think so. [ laughter ] today on twitter, trump lashed out at steve bannon. you remember steve bannon is trump's former chief strategist who always looked like he was halfway through melting. [ laughter ] he looked like frosty without the hat on. but anyway, he is quoted in a new book accusing jared kushner, trump's son-in-law, of money laund laundering, accusing donald trump jr. of treason, which now you tell us? thanks a lot. [ laughter ] but this book paints a very unflattering picture of a
detached and flat-out stupid president who eats at mcdonald's because he's afraid of being poisoned. [ laughter ] this is in the book. he sprays his hair with just for men and ivanka makes fun of him for it. he's constantly leaking information about himself and demanding to leak the information. he didn't want to win the presidency and he was horrified when he did, melania cried. we all cried, really. [ cheers and applause ] but the real bombshells from the book were from steve bannon. trump fired back today, he wrote, steve bannon has nothing to do -- this was a press release -- with me or my presidency, when he was fired he not only lost his job, he lost his mind. [ laughter ] and the then djtj, the president's son got in the fight, went after bannon, called him a liar and a back stabber. the rats are finally eating their young is what's going on here. this administration is unlike
anything ever, three new scandals every day, the wheels keep coming off and somehow the bus keeps rolling. i don't know how many wheels there are on this bus. [ laughter ] in the meantime we have a little situation with north korea. last night, i mentioned last night the president sent a my red button is bigger than yours tweet to kim jong-un. the scariest thing is trump's nuclear button is right next to his fried chicken button, and his little fingers are very covered with grease. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] the good news, if there is any good news, tensions appear to be easing a little bit between north and south korea. during this new year's speech that got trump riled up, kim jong-un extended an olive branch to the south and reopened a telephone hotline between the two countries. north korea hadn't used this hotline in years. even though it only costs $3.99 a minute and lets you chat with other sexy dictators in your area. [ laughter ] south korea said they've been calling north korea twice a day since february 2016. no wonder the north hates them,
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[ laughter ] but another senator, this one from alabama, doug jones, was sworn in today. this is great. even though doug jones was sworn in, his opponent in the race, roy moore, still hasn't conceded the election. he filed lawsuits contesting the results, they were thrown out. but this determined little bucker roo won't hang up his cowboy hat. like when security guards at the mall told him to go home and leave the teenage girls alone, he said nope-y dope-y, i'll take this all the way to the food court if i have to. [ laughter ] [ applause ] you remember a few weeks back when roy moore's wife fought back against accusations they were anti-semitic by saying this? >> one of our attorneys is a jew. >> jimmy: one of our attorneys is a jew. well, turns out that attorney she so proudly referenced, they looked all over for this guy, he wasn't their lawyer, he represented their son against drug charges. and not only did he vote against
roy moore, he went around from house to house handing out campaign materials for roy moore's opponent. doug jones. >> one of our attorneys is a jew. >> jimmy: the truth is, i just wanted to show that clip again. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and that won't be the last time, that's not going away. it's hard to imagine who the people are that are watching this all happen and nodding along approvingly, but there are people who are. and my guess is a good number of them watch pat robertson on "the 700 club." this is a show you probably haven't seen, but we monitor it regularly. it's been on i think since three years before tv was invented. [ laughter ] apparently in all that time, pat robertson, the host of the show, has never heard of avocado toast. >> this looks fascinating. all these beautiful pictures of all these nice things we can eat. >> right? and they're delicious recipes too. and one of the simplest ones is one of the most powerful for your brain. >> what's that?
>> avocado toast. >> come on. >> yes. and i eat it every morning for breakfast. >> wait a minute. that's a piece of brown bread and you've got avocado -- how do you do that paste? >> it's simple. it's just avocado. i spread it on there. it's nature's mayonnaise. >> those mexicans that have all that avocado, they're eating properly, is that what you're saying? >> yes. >> jimmy: yes, they are. yes, sir. [ applause ] we don't need to build a wall, we've got nature's mayonnaise. maybe pat robertson is high, wouldn't that be refreshing? [ laughter ] now that recreational marijuana is legal here as of january 1st -- [ cheers and applause ] that actually lent credence to this, that some of our viewers have been operating their televisions while under the influence of cannabis. so as part of an ongoing effort to be inclusive, we are now offering closed captioning for the smoking-impaired.
follow along with the words and the text on your screen. there are about 100 licensed retailers of cannabis in the golden state. not everywhere, some areas are holding out, waiting to see what effect the new law has on surrounding counties. in los angeles, the city didn't begin taking new license applications until today. it could take weeks before those licenses are actually issued. but even though it isn't available in the city of l.a., recreational marijuana is being sold in west hollywood, which is technically a municipality within the city of l.a. and there are three places selling marijuana there. there are also federal roadblocks to legalization. attorney general jeff sessions is a staunch opponent of cannabis use. even though he looks really exactly like a keebler cookie elf. and under his dea, marijuana is still considered a schedule 1 drug, same category as heroin. federal legalization could be a long way off but as of now you can purchase legal marijuana in
some parts of california, washington, oregon, colorado, alaska, sales in california expected $7 billion in tax money the next few years, very welcome news for the state. you got it? okay, good, all right. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: did you understand what was happening there? >> guillermo: yes. >> jimmy: you do, okay. have you gone into one of those medical -- recreational marijuana places? >> guillermo: no, no. >> jimmy: maybe we should send you in, see what happens. >> guillermo: yeah, sure, yeah. tomorrow, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you'll do that? >> guillermo: i'll do that. >> jimmy: you know what would be fun, tomorrow, maybe tomorrow night, we'll send you into one during the monologue and watch you in there, watch you walk around. >> guillermo: great, yeah. >> jimmy: when we come back from the break, a special award show edition of "lie witness news." we will be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi there, welcome back to the show. jessica chastain, sean diddy combs, and brandi carlile on the way. first we are right at the beginning of awards season in hollywood. the golden globes are on sunday. then the trumpees, donald trump's award show, on monday. the thing about award shows, for some reason people send to have strong opinions about them. people get mad before there's even anything to get mad about. so we've decided to have some fun with that. we went on the street, we asked people to give us their thoughts on the outstanding celebrity excellence awards that aired last night. there are no outstanding celebrity excellence awards. they did not air last night.
we made it up. did that stop real people from piling on to voice their complaints about an award show that did not happen? let's find out in tonight's angry award show edition of "lie witness news." >> we're talking to people about last night's outstanding celebrity excellence awards. what were your feelings when you saw will.i.am come out in blackface? >> well, i like his music. but he gets to express himself any way he wants. but i personally wouldn't have chosen that. >> what did you feel when you saw that? >> i was worried he was offending others. >> obviously last night you heard the host called someone the "t" word. is it ever okay to call someone the "t" word? >> it's never okay to call somebody the "t" word. it's out of line and it's not anybody's place to call anybody that. >> when hosts hoda and kathie
lee said put your hands together for vivica fox, do you think they should have to apologize to the amputees for their ignorant statement? >> whoo, that's a hard one. obviously i'm always for including everyone. and i wouldn't want anyone without the ability to clap -- >> how can they make it up to the handless? >> um -- i mean, it's possible we could stop -- you know, instead of just putting your hands together, you could say, let's celebrate so-and-so. >> women's groups are very upset with presenter tom bergeron mansplaining women's reproductive rights. how did you feel? >> i believe the woman's body is her own choice and -- >> no, he was mansplaining women's reproductive rights to women. i want to know if euro fended by that. >> honestly, i think that it was a little bit offensive and i think that he should just watch what he says next time.
>> let me lay this down in the simplest possible terms. this is two women that are now offended that a man was explaining to them their reproductive rights. how did you feel when you saw that? >> honestly, i was disgusted. >> when you were a young man, friends with fat albert and the cosby gang, were you offended they would call him fat albert this. >> hell no. okay, look. in the ghetto, [ bleep ] is real. if you fat, you fat. if you got pimples, you're pizza face. if your breath stink, you're garbage mouth. if you're fat, you're fat albert. >> in your opinion, did the host overnormalize peanut intolerance? is it possible to overnormalize peanut intolerance? >> i think that it's important to acknowledge everyone's allergies and to, you know, be respectful of that. i had a roommate that would die if she ate a peanut. >> ha ha ha! that's hilarious! >> it's important to, you know -- >> ha ha! >> really, it's important --
>> oh, man! >> where are you from? >> i'm choking -- >> it's okay. heimlich. >> don't get sexual, don't get sexual. >> spit it out! >> don't get sexual. >> i can't help it! >> alicia keys is taking major heat from p.e.t.a. for killing that ladybug that landed her arm during her speech. will you join the boycott of her music? >> i think we all make mistakes. but i think that that -- >> what did you feel when you saw that? >> i was very disgusted when i saw that. because she displays herself as a lover of all, but that shows her actions don't support that. >> anything you want to say to alicia keys? >> alicia, i think you should remember that all animals and people have worth. and your actions speak louder than words. >> maybe stop killing ladybugs? >> stop killing ladybugs. you may not believe in reincarnation but others do. and that's offensive.
>> who are you watching it with? >> my family, my 11-year-old daughter, my 14-year-old and 18-year-old son, and my husband. >> were they upset when she killed that ladybug? >> my 11-year-old daughter was, yes. >> she cried? >> no. she just enjoys alicia on "the voice." she thinks that's wrong for her to swat a ladybug and kill it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: shame on all of you. all right. we have a good show for you tonight. music from brandi carlile, not a ladybug killer. sean "diddy" combs is here, and we'll be right back with jessica chastain. so stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we started designing pop-up cards in our basement. what's cool is, today, we have 400 people working across the globe. with office 365, we can all stay connected, from vietnam, to boston, to new york. now with whiteboard, we can all work together at the same time. and 3d in powerpoint shows clients exactly what our cards
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi there, welcome back to the show. tonight, a man of many gifts and many names, sean "diddy" combs is here. then, her album is called "by the way, i forgive you" brandi carlile from the mercedes-benz outdoor stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night on the show, some show tomorrow, kobe bryant will be here, khloe kardashian will join us, and music from prophets of rage. and on friday, armie hammer, jason clarke, and music from they.
please join us for that. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest is an oscar nominated, golden globe-winning actress who has been nominated for a 5th globe for playing real-life party felon molly bloom in "molly's game," it opens wide friday, please welcome jessica chastain. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good, how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing well, thank you. congratulations, you got married since the last time you were here. >> i know, i'm a married lady. >> jimmy: tell me your husband's name. say his name. i don't think i can. >> his full name is jean luc passe de proposolo. italiano. >> jimmy: polish name? [ laughter ] he's really from italy? >> yeah, he's venetian. >> jimmy: venetian? >> from the venice region. >> jimmy: he's used to commuting like this. [ laughter ] >> that's how i was wooe
on a gone doudola. singing opera. no. >> jimmy: you weren't. have you been on a gondola? >> yes, but the funny thing is he's never been on a gondola until i took him. he grew up there. baby, so cheesy, no, no. we went on and he loved it. >> jimmy: he did. what's not to like, it's a gondola. >> we went by casanova's house. >> jimmy: he still lives there? [ laughter ] how old is he? wow, that's romantic to go by casanova's house. do people live in his house now? >> i'm sure they do, yeah. i'm sure the ghost of casanova is inspiring them. >> jimmy: probably, yes. did you spent the holidays in italy? >> yes. >> jimmy: with his family? >> a little secret. i am a little jet lagged. i am nine hours ahead right now. it's the middle of the night for me. i was in the alps the day before yesterday. >> jimmy: really? in the italian alps? >> yeah, in core tina. we went with my family and his
family for our vacation. >> jimmy: you took your family to his family. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how did that go? >> it's very interesting. because my family's from northern california. and his family's of course from benetto. my family doesn't speak english and -- >> jimmy: your family doesn't speak english? >> oh my god, see, jet lag. >> jimmy: you are jet lagged. [ laughter ] what language do they speak? >> polish. >> jimmy: they have their own language called chastain. >> exactly. chastainese. >> jimmy: they don't speak italian? >> they don't speak italian, thank you. >> jimmy: his family doesn't speak english? >> exactly. >> jimmy: does he speak english? >> he does. >> jimmy: he translates to everybody? >> yes. it's a very quiet holiday. but there's a lot of pointing and a lot of food. >> jimmy: is it really quiet? italians in general, my family's italian, they are not at all quiet. >> no, there's a lot of -- you know, you -- >> jimmy: that means you're choking, you know. [ laughter ]
you've got to go back behind them and give them the heimlich. >> does your family do all of this? ugh! mamma mia! they actually say that. >> jimmy: no, mine is italian-americans. unless they're watching meryl streep in a movie, no one says mamma mia in my house. >> they're like "the sopranos." >> jimmy: they're like a gentler version, yeah. a lot of food, a lot of force feeding that goes on. did you have that? >> oh, yes. we've known each other about six years. i used to go and -- you know americans, we eat in about an hour. meal starts, we're done. and when i went to italy, i didn't realize that meals last like three or four hours. >> jimmy: what time do they start? what time will dinner start in italy typically? >> dinner is 10:00 p.m. i don't understand this, but also too, like sunday brunch will go from maybe 1:00 to 5:00. and you eat one course, you think it was delicious, thank you so much.
then the second your plate is done, his mom is putting more food on my plate. >> jimmy: i see. >> so i have a trick now that i just push the food around the plate for four hours. because otherwise, when i first started working -- working there? oh my god, i'm really crazy. so jet lagged. when i first started going there, i was having like ten meals. >> jimmy: i feel like you're very vulnerable now, i could ask you almost anything. >> you could, i'm not guarded. >> you think you're tricking his mother, which you know you're not, she knows what's going on, she's probably talking about you, ha, she doesn't eat anything, going ugh! >> ugh, ugh! but also in the beginning, you know, when i would say -- i'm vegan. >> jimmy: right. >> it's the worst thing. i don't eat ten meals, and i'm vegan. [ laughter ] in the very beginning, jean luc would tell them, sorry, can't eat that. she would say, no problem, we have fish!
>> jimmy: right. no, fish -- it took me a long time to figure that out. you feel like fish would be okay. but you don't eat fish? >> i don't eat cheese. >> jimmy: wow, you don't eat anything. [ laughter ] >> i eat pasta fagioli, have you ever had that? >> jimmy: i had it this morning. yeah. you'll eat beans, pasta. >> yeah, i love pasta. >> jimmy: there can't be chicken brought? >> no i have to ask about the brotto in italian. >> jimmy: do you think they hate you? [ laughter ] do you think the family doesn't like you? >> they hate me, that's why it's so quiet. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: it's not that they don't speak english, they're angry. we're going to take a break. jessica chastain. the movie is called "molly's game." we'll be right back!
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motor -- >> nobody gives a [ bleep ] about your good name. >> i do. >> why? >> because. >> why? >> because it's all i have left. >> jimmy: that is "molly's game." jessica chastain, you were nominated for a golden globe for the movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: it's based on a real story. i know some of the guys that would go to that. do you know people who would go to that actual poker game? >> i know some of the guys who went to the poker game. some of them are my friends. and when i said i was going to do the movie, actually, some of them were so generous, they took me to a poker game that was still happening in new york. >> jimmy: to show you how it goes? >> yeah. so i got to see behind the scenes. >> jimmy: interesting if they'd make a movie out of that poker game and your research visit appears in the movie, it would be very meta. i guess i'm getting ahead of myself a little bit. there was this running poker ga imthat famous people would come
to here in l.a., molly bloom this character, a real woman, do you know molly bloom, did you meet her? >> yeah, when i got the part i met molly, started researching her. >> jimmy: how do you do that with a person, without them -- i would think they would act weird. if you were researching me, i would act totally different. >> completely. if someone's researching you, you want to show up as you want them to play you. >> jimmy: exactly. >> you're picking out your clothes, doing all of that stuff. when i met molly, this is how you want me to play you. then i'm starting to look behind the scenes. how is she talking to a woman versus a man? what did she order to eat? how does she drink her coffee? >> jimmy: you really, really -- >> oh, yeah, all that little stuff. >> jimmy: are you engaging with her or just want to see what she is doing? >> i'm asking her a lot of questions. >> jimmy: asking a lot. not like a zoo animal where you're just sitting there watching her? >> studying and writing down notes. >> jimmy: afterwards are you
nervous about how she might receive -- >> completely. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the first time molly saw the film was at the premiere in toronto. because she's a felon, she's not allowed to go to canada. >> jimmy: oh. >> so, you know. >> jimmy: how did she get there? >> well -- aaron sorkin hired an immigration lawyer to give her a 48-hour pass. and she had to promise that she would not commit any crimes. while she was there to see the film. and she said she couldn't do that. [ laughter ] and she sat behind me and her dad sat behind me. and -- >> jimmy: right behind you? that's the worst place for her to be. >> it was so stressful. because i could hear her father getting very emotional during the movie. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> and i wanted to like turn around and see if he was okay. but then i didn't know if he might hit me. [ laughter ] so i just stayed looking forward. >> jimmy: that would have been funny. you want to please her, you want her to like the portrayal. >> completely. i want her to like the portrayal, but also too, when you're playing someone who's going through a journey, you
have to show their mistakes and their flaws. you have to see them overcome things. you can't just play someone who's doing everything right. so i didn't want her to be upset that we saw those mistakes. and she wasn't. >> think she came off pretty well in the movie. some of the guys maybe or the characters based on who are maybe based on real-life people maybe didn't come off so well. >> maybe. >> jimmy: yeah. you run into those people at all? do you feel any responsibility for that? or is that all on aaron sorkin, he's the director? >> the good thing is a lot of the characters are combinations of stories. >> jimmy: that's a nice way out of it, yeah. >> so no one's playing anyone in particular. >> jimmy: i see, okay. that's the story we're going to stick to? [ laughter ] >> did you happen to go to any of those games? >> jimmy: no, i never did. no, i honestly haven't. i know what would happen, they'd just take all my money is what would happen. >> you don't have a poker face? >> jimmy: no, i have no poker face. i don't even have a face. [ laughter ] it's great to see you. congratulations on the golden
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>> jimmy: still to col, brandi carlile. our next guest is a recording artist, music mogul, business tycoon and three-time people magazine diddy-est man alive. he is currently searching for stars on "the four: battle for stardom." it premieres tomorrow night on fox. please welcome sean "diddy" combs. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. >> hey! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm glad you're here. >> yes. >> jimmy: because i'm curious about something. in november you posted a video, i believe on your birthday. >> yes. >> jimmy: in which you said your name is no longer diddy, from now on you were to be known as
brother love. >> yes. >> jimmy: or love. >> yes. >> jimmy: exclusively. >> yes. >> jimmy: then like a day and a half later, you were right back to diddy. what happened there? >> i never went back to diddy. >> jimmy: oh. >> and i made an edit from brother love, since i'm already black. >> jimmy: okay. >> to just love. >> jimmy: so brother seemed redundant. >> yes, yes, brother seemed redundant. and it's working out great. >> jimmy: so you're now love. >> who doesn't love love? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everyone loves love. now i'm to refer to you as love? >> yes. >> jimmy: love combs? >> no, just love. >> jimmy: just love? >> just love. >> jimmy: okay, all right. love it's going to be. >> just say it, love. >> jimmy: if i call you i'll go, "hello, love." >> hello, is this jimmy? hello? it's me. >> jimmy: all right, i like it. i like that. so there wasn't like a commotion with your pr people who said, hey, we got to focus on you need
to have one name? >> they're the ones that made me try to do a retraction. >> jimmy: we've unretracted the retraction. >> i've unretracted the retraction. i've taken the brother off the love, i'm just love. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: love, are you still, i apologize if this question is too personal. but are you still eating applesauce every single day? >> yes. >> jimmy: you are? >> yes. mott's applesauce. >> jimmy: you don't have some certainal chef come in and make you a special organic, chopped-up. you have mott's. in the individual or the jar? >> it's in the individual cups. >> jimmy: in the individual. do you ever get crazy and eat more than one mott's applesauce? like just take a couple of them? >> no, i try to keep it to one. >> jimmy: do you travel with mott's? >> i travel with mott's. >> jimmy: you do. >> i have mott's in the dressing room. >> jimmy: you do? it's that important? >> yeah, i mean -- it was a luxury for me growing up as a kid. >> jimmy: and so now it means something to you to have that.
>> yeah, it was just always in my taste buds. apple, that's why i have apple siroc. for my birthday, i don't get cakes, i get apple pies. >> jimmy: only apple buys. you love apples. >> i love apples. >> jimmy: love love apples. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now on "the four," your new show. >> yes. >> jimmy: they're not calling you love, you know that? >> no. >> jimmy: they're calling you sean diddy combs? >> they call me love sometimes. see, the thing is you can call me the other names, this is just an evolution of my spirit and my vibration. and i'm diddy. but then during the days that it's really, really good, i'm love. which is all of the time. >> jimmy: when you're at your best, you're love. >> yeah, which is all of the time right now. >> jimmy: tomorrow night, you will be love. the other judges on the panel -- i hope they don't come up with a whole bunch of names because this is going to be a very confusing show. it's going to be headed for "star wars" in the end. dj khaled. meghan trainor.
charlie walk, record executive. >> and fergie. fergie's the host. >> jimmy: the host of the show. how this is different from the other music competition shows? it's not, right? it's exactly the same, right? [ laughter ] >> no, for real, it's totally different. >> jimmy: how is it totally different? >> the noub one reason why it's different is because i'm going to show -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that does make a difference. did you and dj khaled decide to do this together, or was it a coincidence, did you come to it separately? >> when fox called me, negotiating the deal, i said, there's one thing i have to have, dj khaled. you know, i really want to build a super team. i want to disrupt what was going on with the vocal competition shows. they were getting kind of lame and kind of weak to me. i wanted to step it up. >> jimmy: you're saying "the voice" is lame and weak. [ laughter ] >> no, no, no, no. i'm just saying the overall genre, all of them altogether. >> jimmy: but there's really only one of them on right now. laugh live
[ laughter ] >> yeah, no -- i'm just saying that everybody -- >> jimmy: this is not love, this sounds like hate. [ laughter ] >> it is a little bit of hate. i need to check myself. no, i'm not trying to go against any of the shows. i'm just saying conceptually, us as contentmakers and creators, i think that we could have put more of a spin on it. so we did and we made this more about almost like vocal gladiators. where you could go, you could come on the show, jimmy, you could challenge one of the four. >> jimmy: a sing-off? >> a sing-off like a battle sing-off. you get to call them out. jimmy, my name is love, i want to battle you, i want to take your spot. >> jimmy: i say, fine, you can have it. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: my singing is not good at all. and i would just give you that spot. see, this is why i shouldn't be on the show. >> yeah but it makes for just incredible, incredible television. and it just takes the vocal competition shows to the next level. i have the utmost respect for
"the voice" and "american idol," but tomorrow night on fox at 8:00 p.m., history is going to be made, and i'm not hating, i'm love. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's right, you're love. one more question about the show. dj khaled, who i happen to love, is very positive. he's a very positive guy. is he able to give criticism to the contestants, to the singers on the show? because that is a necessary part of the show. >> yeah, i mean, one thing about khaled is he's a seasoned record executive. a lot of people don't know, he used to be president of a and r at def jam, vice president, one of those titles, big titles. >> jimmy: something good. >> something good. >> jimmy: something experienced. >> so he knows what he's doing. that's why i wanted him to be a part of the show. >> jimmy: i can't wait to see what you have going. is this show live or on tape? >> this one is on tape, the other shows are live. >> jimmy: then the other shows are live. that's going to be something. >> live to tape, one or the other. >> jimmy: you don't know, do you? [ laughter ] you will be there on time? >> i just know that i'm going to be on tomorrow.
>> jimmy: are you drunk on applesauce and siroc right now? [ applause ] >> hey, man. i haven't been asleep since last year. i just -- she had jet lag, i haven't been to sleep. >> jimmy: really? >> love hasn't been to sleep. >> jimmy: why haven't you slept? >> it was new year's eve. >> jimmy: it was new year's eve three days ago. >> i just wanted to bring in the new year the right way. >> jimmy: take a little nap here. >> no, no. i've been promoting the show. we're not live. the last show is live. we have six episodes. >> jimmy: love is not live and we don't know what this man's name is anymore. >> we do know. we do know tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. on fox, we will have the number one show, "battle for stardom." >> jimmy: love, everybody. be right back with brandi carlile! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz.
the best or nothing. >> jimmy: thanks to jessica chastain, sean diddy combs. apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. her album is called "by the way, i forgive you." here with the song "the joke," brandi carlile! ♪ ♪ you're feeling nervous aren't you boy with your quiet voice and impeccable style ♪ ♪ don't ever let them steal your joy and your gentle ways to keep 'em ♪ ♪ from running wild
they can kick dirt in your face dress you down ♪ ♪ and tell you that your place is in the middle when they hate the way you shine ♪ ♪ i see you tugging on your shirt trying to hide inside of it and hide ♪ ♪ how much it hurts let 'em laugh while they can let 'em spin ♪ ♪ let 'em scatter in the wind i have been to the movies i've seen how it ends ♪ ♪ and the joke's on them
after carrying your baby on your back ♪ ♪ across the desert i saw your eyes behind your hair and you're looking tired ♪ ♪ but you don't look scared let 'em laugh while they can let 'em spin let 'em scatter ♪ ♪ in the wind i have been to the movies i've seen how it ends and the joke's on them ♪ ♪ ♪ let 'em laugh while they can let 'em spin let 'em scatter ♪ ♪ in the wind i have been to the movies i've seen how it ends and the joke's on them ♪
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